The Dreadnought Battleship of the First World War was built in 1909 and had her service cut short in the waters of Scapa Flow on Monday 9th July 1917.
Her explosion caused the death of 843 men aboard at the time, with just two survivors.
The story continues over 100 years later with a ground-breaking survey conducted for the centenary of her destruction and an ongoing project related to the crew.
Details on her demise are widely available; she is included here because of her location - Additionally,
side scan surveys by Kevin Heath were also performed prior to any study of the wreck in 2016 and Wendy currently searches for a photograph of every casualty from the battleship on a separate project.
A full report on the Vanguard 100 Survey can be accessed at -
The website researching the crew can be found at -
HMS Vanguard Crew Photos